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28 results for: litigation & disputes
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Harry Styles has filed a lawsuit in the Chicago Federal Court against various online marketplaces selling unofficial merchandise.  The...
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This morning, the UPC has announced a two month delay to the start of the sunrise period to 1st March 2023, which means the new court...
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The European Patent Office has today announced that it will continue to conduct hearings by videoconference as its default position....
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The news that UK interest rates are to rise significantly, in the face of poor economic prospects for up to two years, means that...
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The Unified Patent Court will become fully operational and accept its first cases on 1 April 2023, according to the roadmap published by...
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The Onion recently filed an amicus brief with the US Supreme Court, urging the Court to consider the outcome in the case of an Ohio man...
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In my co-authored article of 11th November 2011, I reported on the judgement from the General Court of the European Union in respect of...
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The UK’s departure from the European Union has provided the UK Government with some freedom to reshape the domestic designs regime, be...
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The UK Court of Appeal has dismissed Mylan's appeal and thus Neurim's divisional patent has been held valid and infringed.  While the...
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Jason Chester, a trade mark attorney in our Food & Drink team, commented for The Grocer on the news that Waitrose has decided not to...